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TOMB RAIDER ON DEMAND REACHES HALFWAY POINT

512 Tomb Raider videos are available to stream ad-free direct from our website as we reach the halfway point in on-modernising our video archive. This includes game trailers, cinematics, commercials, developer diaries and more. The video content has been encoded using H.264 and AAC for maximum compatibility between web browsers and devices.

Last Updated: Mar 25, 2024

THE HISTORY OF ANIMAL LOGIC AND TOMB RAIDER

Creative digital studio Animal Logic partnered with GlaxoSmithKline and Eidos at the turn of the millennium to produce a series of animations starring British adventurer Lara Croft. The resulting output included commercials for Tomb Raider The Last Revelation, energy drink Lucozade and a credit-card for Visa's Pan-Asian market.

Last Updated: Mar 10, 2024

TOMB RAIDER PUBLISHING DEAL VALUED AT SEK 500 MILLION

Embracer Group has revealed the publishing deal for Tomb Raider is valued at SEK 500 million (47M USD) during a presentation on the interim report for Q3 2023/24. Embracer Group and Amazon Games have an agreement under which Crystal Dynamics will develop a new multiplatform Tomb Raider title powered by Unreal Engine 5, with Amazon Games providing full support and publishing the game globally.

Last Updated: Feb 15, 2024

ORIGINAL TOMB RAIDER MARKS 27 YEAR ANNIVERSARY

Today marks twenty seven years since Tomb Raider released on the Sega Saturn in the United Kingdom and Europe. Tomb Raider, starring British archaeologist Lara Croft, was originally developed by Derbyshire-based studio Core Design and published by Eidos Interactive on 24th of October, 1996, as shown in an early advertisement for Tomb Raider on launch day courtesy of Daily Mirror.

Last Updated: Oct 24, 2023

EARLY ADVERT FOR TOMB RAIDER IN DAILY MIRROR

The original Tomb Raider starring British aristocrat Lara Croft released on the Sega Saturn on 24th of October, 1996, and an early advertisement has been digitised courtesy of British newspaper Daily Mirror and the British Newspaper Archive in partnership with the British Library.

Last Updated: Oct 17, 2023

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